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Music Video: Get the Party Started

Artisit: P!nk

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:21

  • Copyright: P!nk

Music Video For Get the Party Started By Artist P!nk

Reviews For Get the Party Started By Artist P!nk

  • jhhhhfdlbd

    By Swim Smart
  • Okay...........

    By Frozenglacier
    It is interesting. It is definetly not my favorite video of Pink's.
  • Kinda weird

    By Cute girl 124
    It's kinda weird because her hair,her outfit,and the song is not so good. I would rather get the song so what. I think she should've done better. Most of the time she's pretty good.
  • I love pink

    By Frank in Miami
    This video is hot I love pink
  • Awsome

    By Jibril393
    I didn't know she was the person to sing this
  • Crazy

    By Seagull Town
    I saw the full vid and it's kind of weird in a funny way.
  • 

    By kaitlinrad
    Good but old
  • Lol I loved it

    By Elmo263
    Pink rocks out in this video and I laughed soooooooooo hard in this video a 5 star rating is totaly deserved pink really rocks out she is like a big kid again
  • party like its 2001

    By jennyheim
    Interesting that we never realized that the styles of the early 2000's were so crazy...they seemed awesome and normal at the time. Wonder what we're going to think of style nowadays. Also, Pink's first album is her best. She screams GIRL POWER :)
  • No one....

    By Awethomeness
    ...No one does this song or video better then Pink does...She was young, now look how mature she is! She has changed. But this and So what are the videos that show her inner child. Like it or not, you HAVE to admit it rocks.

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